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It is unique among royal residences, a country retreat that is the private property of Queen Elizabeth II, a place at once so private and so beguiling that King George V pronounced it "the place I love better than anywhere in the world".Located some 175 kilometers north of London, Sandringham has been a private royal home since 1862, sheltering four generations of British monarchs. Sandringham House, set among 60 acres of gardens, first opened to the public in 1908 .Sandringham Museum, in the former coach houses, is a treasure trove of royal-related artifacts.This year, Sandringham's house, gardens and museum are open to the public from late March to late October, except for July 27 when the estate holds the Sandringham Flower Show.
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